Thermal Cameras Products

  1. High-Speed Infrared Camera: FAST-IR M350z
    7/27/2018

    TELOPS’ new FAST 350z camera from the FAST-IR series is designed with a maximum data throughput larger than 1 Gigapixel/s and can produce thermal images at rates up to 355 fps. With high sensitivity for temperature differences as small as 20 mK, these high-performance cameras enable the detection of challenging targets in many IR signature and target ranging applications.

  2. Smallest, Lightest, Lowest-Powered Optical Gas Imaging Camera Core - Ventus OGI
    5/1/2018

    Sierra-Olympic offers the new Ventus OGI optical gas imaging (OGI) camera with a 640 x 512, 15-micron pixel-pitch midwave-infrared (MWIR) detector array providing unmatched thermal sensitivity. Weighing only 580 grams with the lens in a compact 146.6 mm x 70.9 mm x 73.1 mm package, this camera is the smallest, lightest, and lowest-powered OGI camera for detecting and visualizing hydrocarbon gas leaks such as methane, propane, butane, and more.

  3. Long Range Thermal Zoom Camera Family: Vinden LR Series
    4/5/2018

    Sierra-Olympic’s Vinden LR Series of cameras are designed to provide long range thermal imaging with powerful continuous zoom for thermal and multi-sensor defense systems in defense, security, surveillance, border, port, and base security applications. 

  4. LWIR/Thermal Camera With 5X Continuous Zoom: Vinden 75LR
    4/2/2018

    Utilizing a vanadium oxide (VOx) microbolometer sensor and novel zoom optics, the camera is designed for integrators to provide LWIR imaging performance in constrained mass and volume environments, including defense, security, surveillance, border, port and base security applications.

  5. Uncooled, Infrared Sensor For OEM Applications: Tenum™ 640
    3/28/2018

    Sierra-Olympic introduces the Tenum™ 640 uncooled, infrared sensor with 640 x 512 resolution providing superior long-wave infrared (LWIR) detection for a variety of OEM applications. This sensor balances an ultra-small pixel structure with an ultra-sensitive microbolometer performance at a significant cost advantage.

  6. HD Dual-Sensor Thermal Camera For Drones: FLIR Duo Pro R
    3/21/2018

    FLIR offers the Duo Pro R high-resolution thermal and visible light imager specifically designed for commercial, industrial, and public safety applications. This HD camera features a dual-sensor with high-definition 4K color and thermal video recording in a single package. 

  7. Long Wave Infrared Thermal Camera Core: Tau 2
    2/26/2018

    The Tau 2 from FLIR is loaded with advanced electronics and image processing features that improve detail and contrast, this camera offers full radiometry, increased sensitivity (<30 mK), and 640/60 Hz frame rates.

  8. Mid-Wave Infrared (MWIR) Cooled Camera Module: Neutrino™
    2/22/2018

    FLIR offers the Neutrino™ - a high performance cooled mid-wave infrared (MWIR) core designed for simple integration when SWaP design constraints and performance are needed. This camera is FLIR’s smallest and lightest OEM cooled camera core, incorporating the FLIR’s full suite of advanced image processing algorithms such as customizable AGC and Detailed Digital Enhancement (DDE).

  9. LWIR Micro Thermal Camera Module: FLIR Lepton®
    2/22/2018

    The FLIR Lepton® is a radiometric-capable long-wave infrared (LWIR) camera module that is smaller than a dime. It is specifically designed to fit inside a smartphone, mobile devices, and other electronics like IR sensors and thermal imagers. Available at one tenth of the cost of traditional IR cameras, these cameras feature focal plane arrays of 160 x 120 or 80 x 60 active pixels, and capture accurate, calibrated, and noncontact temperature data in every pixel of each image.

  10. Thermal Vision Automotive Development Kit (ADK): FLIR ADK™
    2/21/2018

    The FLIR ADK™ is a new thermal vision automotive development kit (ADK) built around the FLIR Boson® thermal camera core. This kit offers a cost effective solution for developing the next generation of automotive thermal vision and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The system creates images from heat, making this technology the best for pedestrian detection, identifying people in cluttered environments, and giving analytics critical information for automated decisions.